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Whitgift

(ˈwɪtˌɡɪft)
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(Biography) John. ?1530–1604, English churchman; as archbishop of Canterbury (1583–1604) he tried to curb the influence of Puritanism
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The areas that are covered by the order include Fairfield, Waddon, Addiscombe East, Broad Green, Park Hill, Whitgift and Selhurst.
Whilst working at Brogan Group Steve worked on many different sites, starting in 1994 on Farringdon Road, then onto the Whitgift Centre in Croydon (1997), the University of East London student accommodation (2009) and his last job was for at Victoria Embankment.
Williams was at Whitgift School in Croydon and played in the same all-conquering team as British & Irish Lion Elliot Daly and England's Marland Yarde.
Williams was at Whitgift School, in Croydon, and played in the same team as British & Irish Lion Elliot Daly and England's Marland Yarde.
That's because Dr Christopher Barnett, headmaster of Whitgift School, will be watching up to five of his former pupils competing out on the pitch.
The Queens appointment of John Whitgift to the post of Archbishop of Canterbury in 1583 signaled that Disciplinarians throughout England ought to cease their labors.
Police said they had posted officers at junctions to nearby Whitgift Street to "to prevent any escalation" of the trouble.
Crowds first gathered on Black Prince Road at Albert Embankment before midnight, before dispersing down Lambeth Road on to Lambeth High Street and nearby Whitgift Street.
They include letters, journal entries, poems, speeches, statutes, polemics, articles of religion, biographical accounts, council decrees, religious manuals, and narratives by or related to Martin Luther, John Calvin, Ulrich Zwingli, Michael Sattler, George Wishart, Sir Thomas More, Henry VIII, John Knox, Teresa of Avila, Jeanne de Jussie, Fra Girolamo Savonarola, Ignatius of Loyola, John Wycliffe, John Whitgift, and Michael Servetus.
Asked how he could relate to those who struggle, he once said: "You don't have to be the corpse to go to a funeral." The peer, great grandson of Sigmund Freud, went to exclusive Whitgift School, in Croydon, South London, where fees are now up to PS33,396 a year.
17 January 2013 - UK real estate company Hammerson Plc (LON:HMSO) and Australian shopping mall owner Westfield Group (ASX:WDC) said they would launch today a joint venture to revamp the two main Croydon shopping centres, the Whitgift Centre and Centrale, in London.
Tia went missing from Christine's home on August 3 and was thought to be heading to the Whitgift Centre in Croydon.